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Airbus Publishes Study into Public Perception of Urban Air M…

Airbus – one of several players in the race to make Urban Air Mobility (UAM) a reality – has delved into how open the public is to the idea of getting from A to B using unmanned aircraft. The report can be read in full, here. The study’s headlines are …

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Ending the Government Shutdown Won’t Fix Flight Delays

On Friday, the government shutdown touched down at some of the country’s biggest airports. A shortage of air traffic controllers—many of whom were calling in sick after missing paychecks—triggered the delays of hundreds of flights in the Northeast. After New York’s LaGuardia halted incoming flights, citing “staffing shortages at FAA …

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DRONELIFE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: One Company’s Story About Dro…

Drones have finally inched closer to commercialization in India this year.  The country’s ‘Drone Regulations 2.0’ policy is considered a landmark in federal regulations for the drone industry. From taxis to delivery vehicles, the latest policy paves the way for a range of drone applications that can integrate into existing …

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Self-Driving Cars: The Complete Guide

In the past five years, autonomous driving has gone from “maybe possible” to “definitely possible” to “inevitable” to “how did anyone ever think this wasn’t inevitable?” to “now commercially available.” In December 2018, Waymo, the company that emerged from Google’s self-driving-car project, officially started its commercial self-driving-car service in the …

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Swedish Company GLOBHE is Focused on Drones doing Good in Ha…

One of the best things about life on the road is the opportunity to meet new companies and new people stretching the boundaries of what drones can do for communities around the world.  At the recent Commercial UAV Show in London, DRONELIFE had the opportunity to meet Helena Samsioe, CEO …

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